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Health / Re: Egg Yolk Liver Flushing: The Paleo Liver Flush
« on: March 05, 2020, 07:12:24 pm »
how and why does butter and honey harm you?

Depends on the person. I saw it revive a geriatric person with four cancers left for dead, cold, dry, sunken bruisey looking, unable to swallow. But the butter was made by my son's loving hands from milk that had not been quick chilled that only ate organic certified still rooted live green grass. You could be right if your butter is salted, pasteurized, grain fed, va((inated etc. If necessary, how would you revive the person?

@goodsamaritan I think I'll finally try a liver flush, yours of course.

General Discussion / Re: To Chew or not to Chew
« on: February 17, 2020, 02:07:17 pm »
Aajonus also said, according to a PD friend of mine online, that chewing your raw meat helps clear and move lymph from your neck.

My friend seems to be correct, in my experience chewing and not chewing my raw meat throughout various times in these past years.

So if your pancreas, salivary glands or lymph system is the current top priority, I might choose whether to chew or not according to these factors.

General Discussion / Re: Entrails
« on: July 13, 2012, 05:05:25 pm »
Stomach and intestines are eaten raw without health incident.  They are usually bleached or dyed first, but they are eaten raw unbleached/undyed.  Which animals are they from, GS?  I know of pig intestine and cow stomach and intestine.  I think the raw cow stomachs can be used more as food than the intestines that are used more in a medicinal manner and rarely.

In my country, stomach and intestines are cooked in various ways.  Doubt they can be eaten raw.

Hot Topics / Re: Your fav way to gently heat meat?
« on: June 19, 2011, 08:18:10 pm »
Normally I dislike cooked meat and it makes me sick. The only heated way I have tolerated it was "sauteed"  gently in water.

 They are seriously considering forcing the irradiation of all raw meats before sale in the US. I believe they've already done that to school-lunches. And they've also tried to ban raw oysters as well.In the UK, there are stupid laws forcing pigs to be fed on grains, and then there's the banning of the sale of brains and even many glands.

Even on natural farms they keep the pigs away from grass sometimes, could be to fatten them up.  I wonder if they do that at natural dairy farms sometimes to force more output on milk.  This obsession with feeding grain to animals and people is so out of hand, along with prosecuting people for their food. 

Many people eat processed fast and junk food and get diabetes and all kinds of problems, but those things are honored. You eat raw food and your health straightens out during the process and they dislike it so intensely they may prosecute or find others ways to attempt to stop that.  It's an active never ending process possibly, in the way life is.

 I ate raw organs(albeit grassfed) too while on RZC, but they didn't work re getting rid of the rapid dental problems(gums etc.) I got on those rzc trials.

Did something help your teeth after that?

What for?

Because they want to sound like they know things.

I want to thank everyone who replied for your answers.  I can show them, I think they'll enjoy it.

Please explain how, why, if or whether eating only rabbits and no other foods is adviseable people with diabetes. This is for a relative who is trying to get another to go on an all rabbit diet.

General Discussion / Re: I am FrEEEEzing. There's only grainfed fat.
« on: March 23, 2011, 01:34:56 am »
Why does he say frozen is bad for the skin?

Cause people who ate it got skin problems that cleared up when they ate nonfrozen raw, dogs too.

80 years of racism, politics and junk science color the way you view it. The stuff is natural because it would be here even if we humans weren't there to cultivate it, unlike coke, meth, lsd, and MDMA, etc....

Yes, I know it's all politics and that drugs aren't really bad.  Politics would be funny if ..
those last four haven't been my bag for one second.  I wish .. drugs we're so out of the beaten path, but I'm trying to stick with the raw animal foods as healing and it's working so far.  Eating ground raw turkey with raw egg and raw local honey mixed as I make this entry.

General Discussion / Re: I am FrEEEEzing. There's only grainfed fat.
« on: March 22, 2011, 10:28:40 pm »
Löwenherz I normally do pastured, but was so freezing yesterday.  I think the eggs did help though.  I'm going to be eating the fat the next few days, if it agrees with me.  Then I will avoid grainfed again.  I met the farmer couple husband and wife.  It's a very small farm, and they do organic CSA feed, and are very caring.  They don't like the animals acting wild, which from what they said happens when they let the cows browse.  I wasn't going to argue, since I'm only here a few days.  I met a lady last night who 100 percent pastures her cows.  I may try some milk this morning.

achillezzz Av from what I heard now recommends to make sure the meat is not ground more than once. The butcher last night explained to me that all commercial beef is ground three times to mix the fat well with the meat and not have it chunky, as customers don't like that.  Av says it loses nutrient value when ground more than once.

Löwenherz AV isn't using meat from US Wellness meats.  That company is frozen.  He says frozen eating meat is bad for people's skin.  Could be though he has no skin problems so eats it anyway.

CitrusHigh alas cannibutter is baked and I'm eating raw.  I wouldn't know where to get any anyway, and I'm not a user. 

In another country I could put cannialcohol on my skin for the US Wellness meats, but that story's getting a little twisted for me.  Does frozen meat really harm the skin?  I haven't eaten frozen more than once.

General Discussion / Re: I am FrEEEEzing. There's only grainfed fat.
« on: March 22, 2011, 07:42:38 am »
    Forget I asked, this fat is delishous!  I'll tell you later if I get any different reactions.

General Discussion / I am FrEEEEzing. There's only grainfed fat.
« on: March 22, 2011, 06:11:50 am »
    What do you think? I tried drinking eggs, eating some grassfed butter, but I definitely need more fat.  There is a big load of butchered today fat here from half a cow.  They say it's organic fed.  They say they baby the cows, feed them corn and oats and grass by hand, and a little hay, but mostly the grain.  They're well and streamfed, untreated.  Would it hurt to eat this grainfed fat?  Which parts are best?

Hot Topics / Re: I want to keep my appendix/appendicitis
« on: March 22, 2011, 04:33:46 am »
   My appendix was inflamed the end of 1984.  That's what they found wrong with me when my family insisted on me going to the hospital.  I wasn't going to go.  I felt whatever the pain was would pass eventually.  I was broke with no decent insurance.  They didn't operate.  Nothing happened but those annoying exams figuring it out.  I wish I hadn't gone. Maybe you'll be alright.  Maybe you should do nothing.  I think what brought it on for me was eating too many grapes?  Is an inflamed appendix appendicitis?

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Cold water Therapy
« on: February 08, 2011, 08:37:14 pm »
nature, are you practicing paleo or primal diet?  Are you still doing water therapy?  If so, how often?

Panicking about parasitic and bacterial infections is the first step of the diet.   ;)
Man I'm glad those days are over for me.

Me too.  Did you make that icon?  It's cute. 

Freezing may mutate the bacteria, help more altered bacteria grow after we eat the food, and kill a few good bacteria. 

Paleo man did sometimes have to eat frozen meat, but they had no sink to thaw it out in first, no house either.  It would be more paleo to eat it frozen outside, freeze it for a whole ice age.

Hot Topics / Re: "health specialist" way off target on nutrition
« on: November 26, 2010, 12:35:03 am »
I happen to agree that protein should be less than 25% of intake for an adult, and probably very much less.

The rest should be saturated fat.

Sat fats are great foods!

Off Topic / Re: My sincere apologies to G.S
« on: November 26, 2010, 12:31:25 am »
Lots of people have done drugs.  It's great that you told us publicly.  Some people hide things like this, etc and make things worse that way.  I'm glad we're here for you.  Now go paleo! :) and avoid using drugs, please.

Off Topic / Re: New TSA Regulations
« on: November 26, 2010, 12:26:15 am »
I'm taking Amtrak.  I just don't feel like flying this holiday.  I hope TSA doesn't expand, and the employees find something they might enjoy more than tickling.  

Off Topic / Re: Musical instruments you play?
« on: November 26, 2010, 12:20:58 am »
None, now.

As a child, I used to play the recorder moderately well. That was it, though.

I gave up too.  I was the best in wooden recorder, wood clarinet, saxosophone, piano, percussion and voice & music theory in my first elementary school, but then my parents started hiding me away in all kinds of academies that didn't necessarily have music programs, so I just quit music, and haven't continued in it.

Off Topic / Re: What to feed my new dog?
« on: November 19, 2010, 11:58:53 am »
    What would be a paleo good-bye for a puppy? 

    Maybe it's good he wasn't around so long with all those big worms and eggs.  He could have been suffering more than we know.  Wow, sorry he's gone.  It can be hard, maybe for your kids too, I found a puppy with parvo berfore.  The puppies may last only so long, no matter how good care you take.

General Discussion / Re: Gut bacteria
« on: October 27, 2010, 08:24:51 pm »
And the idiot nurse told me that it was physically impossibke to get a  reaction to antibiotics.  I wish those nurses would get retrained.  I've had an awful experience with antibiotic reaction, actually several.  Most of the doctors/nurses pretended it wasn't happening while it was happening.  Convenient for them to play that, when they don't have to suffer.  At least one doctor was good about it, thank goodness.  Even then, they should warn you of the possible dangers.  Antibiotic reactions can be very serious.

Hot Topics / Re: Please guys, Pioneer needs your help!
« on: September 05, 2010, 04:28:21 am »
Private schools in the UK usually have very poor food on offer, perhaps because they are not as well endowed with legacies by old pupils. I used to get awful  things like "pavement pudding", "frogspawn/aka "tapioca"), bread-and-butter pudding etc., much of which the teachers forced us to eat against our will.

That food sounds awful.  At the private school that served food, the mothers came in and cooked and made salads and served in the lunch line.  All the food was organically grown.  The students had to pay for the lunches.  It wasn't for a tray of food, it was like a restaurant as far as you picked each item, different price for each thing.  It was a long trip to school, no breakfast or snack either there.  Our teachers didn't care if we ate anything, so I usually didn't. 

Hot Topics / Re: Please guys, Pioneer needs your help!
« on: September 05, 2010, 12:23:46 am »
I wonder about the Quality of Ivy league food compaired to state school cafeteria food(I smell a conspiracy)

I was in public schools and private ones.  The public school food sometimes tasted like cardboard, was unpredictably cooked, sometimes upset my stomach, sometimes had non-human and non-cow non-pig looking hair in it etc.  It was better than starving, but it wasn't good.  The private that did serve food had better than home, what little of their food I could afford and when I could.

Hot Topics / Re: Please guys, Pioneer needs your help!
« on: September 04, 2010, 06:03:11 am »
wait, what? you can get bulk grassfed pet food? thats awesome. Anyone experience eating it? Where do you get it?

USWellness has it raw frozen.  It's liver, kidney, heart and muscle mixed I think.  It comes in 1lb plastic bags.

Journals / Re: A hunter's journal
« on: September 04, 2010, 05:59:36 am »

One may also suspect traces of lead or other heavy metals to be deposited in that part surrounding the bullet's trajectory.

Might copper bullets be any better?

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